adjective semi–an·tique \-an-ˈtēk\

Definition of SEMI-ANTIQUE

:  being approximately 50 to 100 years old <a semi–antique carpet>
semi–antique noun

First Known Use of SEMI-ANTIQUE

circa 1930


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